Councils & Committees
African American Parent Advisory Council (AAPAC)
AAPAC advises the Board of Education, provides a forum to hear the ideas of SFUSD’s African American/Black families, and responds to those ideas by educating and informing parents of district resources, policies, and programs.
Charter Schools Oversight Committee (CSOC)
The CSOC advises the Board of Education and increases oversight, transparency, and accountability for charter schools.
Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)
The CBOC advises the Board of Education and reviews the spending of Prop A bond money.
Community Advisory Committee for Special Education
The purpose of the Community Advisory Committee for Special Education is to champion effective special education programs and services and advise the Board of Education on priorities in the Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA).
District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC)
DELAC provides guidance and advice to the Board of Education and SFUSD staff on the needs of and services for English learners.
English Learners Advisory Committee
The purpose of the ELAC (or subcommittee, if appropriate) is to advise the principal and school staff on programs and services for English learners and the SSC on the development of the Single School Plan for Student Achievement. The ELAC
Equity Audit & Action Planning Committee
SFUSD's Equity Audit & Action Planning Committee is one of many steps to advance SFUSD’s goals around equity and access.
Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander PAC
The Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander PAC's commitment is to serve our PI students and families.
Parcel Tax Oversight Committee
The Parcel Tax Oversight Committee advises the Board of Education and provides oversight on how SFUSD spends parcel taxes from the Quality Teacher & Education Act and the Living Wage for Educators Act.
Parent Advisory Council (PAC)
The PAC advises the Board of Education of parents' perspectives and provides recommendations about school district issues.
PEEF Community Advisory Committee (PEEF CAC)
The PEEF CAC serves as a conduit for informing as well as receiving input from SFUSD students, families, staff, and community members) in order to assist the Superintendent and the Board of Education to effectively allocate PEEF funding.
School Names Advisory Committee
This committee will consider the relevance of schools names and appropriateness of these names when they honor historical figures and make recommendations to the Board of Education for further action.
School Site Council (SSC)
Each SFUSD school must have an elected SSC to represent parents, students, community members, and school staff in the school governance process.
Student Advisory Council (SAC)
The SAC is a youth-led organization committed to providing a voice for SFUSD students by representing and presenting the interests of students to the administrative and policy-making bodies of the SFUSD.
Advisory Council and Committee Reporting Schedule
|Advisory Council/Committee||Board Meeting Date||Staff Liaison|
|Community Advisory Council Special Education (CAC SPED)||Sept. 28, 2021||Julia Martin|
|African American Parent Advisory Council (AAPAC)||Oct. 26, 2021||Laticia Erving|
|Indian Education Program, Title VII Parent Advisory Council||Dec. 14, 2021||Helen Pettiford|
|Migrant Education Program||Jan. 25, 2022||Helen Pettiford|
|Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Advisory Council||Feb. 22, 2022||Chris Tasi|
|Charter Oversight Committee||March 8, 2022||Michael Davis|
|Latinx Internal Oversight Committee||March 22, 2022|
|District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC)||April 12, 2022||Danielle Uttley|
|Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (QTEA)||April 26, 2022||Chris Armentrout|
|Parent Advisory Council, District English Learners Advisory Committee, African American Parent Advisory Council, Community Advisory Council Special Education||May 24, 2022||Michelle Jacquez Menegaz, Danielle Uttley, Laticia Erving, Julia Martin|
|Community Advisory Council Special Education (CAC SPED)||June 28, 2022||Julia Martin|
|Parent Advisory Council (PAC)||Monthly report at first regular meeting of each month||Michelle Jacquez Menegaz|